NFL Draft Monsters, v.3.0
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Mock Version 3.0 for @NFLDraftMonster on March 25th, 2012
A lot of questions have been resolved since the start of NFL Free-Agency on March 13, but we still don’t have all the answers we need. Free-Agency is far from over, even though most big names have made their choices, and we can comfortably say Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III are going to be selected No.1 and No.2 come April 26th. However, the way the draft will take shape from pick No.3 on will still heavily be reflected on what needs teams are addressed as Free-Agency continues. As of now, here is how the latest Mock looks with all of the current signings. Enjoy!
1. Colts – Andrew Luck, QB – Stanford *
In any other situation RG3 would have created a debate, but the Colts are going to select Andrew Luck here. There isn’t much reasoning, other than the obvious – they need a QB.
Needs: QB, C, WR, TE, DT, OT/OG, S, DE, CB, RB, OLB.
2. Redskins (Rams) – Robert Griffin III, QB – Baylor *
I doubt Washington traded up with the idea of selecting someone other than Robert Griffin. It’s just what they needed, but we’ll see if they mortgaged too much to do so.
Needs: QB, OG, CB, MLB, SS, RT, DT, backup TE, WR, DE, RB K, C.
3. Vikings – Matt Kalil, OT – USC *
This is where the draft, becomes the old ‘unpredictable’ draft. It’ll probably come down to Kalil, Morris Claiborne, or Justin Blackmon – but Kalil makes the most sense. They need a LT to replace longtime Vikings standout Bryant McKinnie after a year without him. He is just what they need to start rebuilding the line.
Needs: WRx2, LT, CB, S, NT/DT, OG, MLB, 3rd down RB, DE, C
4. Browns – Ryan Tannehill, QB – Texas A&M
It’s no secret they wanted RG3, and in that case they obviously see a need to add a young QB. They weren’t able to land a QB in Free-Agency, so Tannehill becomes the best option now (they could always wait until next year’s draft or later on in this years draft). Tannehill will probably be targeting by Miami at No.8 as well, so while it’s a little early – it needs to happen now if that’d the direction you want to go. I think the other strong possibilities here would include Trent Richardson, Riley Reiff, and Blackmon.
Needs: QB, WR, RT, RB, FS, CB, DE, OLB, OG, K, DT, TE.
5. Tampa Bay – Trent Richardson, RB – Alabama *
Tampa Bay turned out to be big-spenders early on in Free-Agency (adding Vincent Jackson, Carl Nicks, and Eric Wright), but it doesn’t look like they’ll be able to address the RB spot in an appropriate manner before the draft. If Richardson is gone then Claiborne is still the next best option (even with the signing of Wright). However, I think Richardson is easily the dynamic threat they need to add here.
Needs: RB, OLB, LT, SS, C, CB, MLB, WR, DT FB, OG, KR, TE.
6. Rams (Redskins) – Riley Reiff, OT – Iowa *
I know Justin Blackmon makes the most sense, but I think they need to make sure they can keep Sam Bradford healthy. In fact, I’m just not sold on the commitment teams are willing to give on drafting WR’s with high selections anymore (they’re such a risk). Aside from Reiff and Blackmon, Claiborne (even with the Finnegan signing) or Richardson (even with Steven Jackson) would also have some appeal if they were available. Their best option may be to trade down again, but Reiff ‘s the guy for now.
Needs: OT, SS, WR, OG/C, OLB, CB, RB, DE, DT, P
7. Jaguars – Justin Blackmon, WR – Oklahoma State *
Jacksonville probably overpaid for Laurent Robinson, but its shows they want to add playmakers around Blaine Gabbert. Enter, Blackmon. If he is available it’d be an easy choice, but if he is gone – then Michael Floyd, Melvin Ingram, Michael Brockers and in this scenario Morris Claiborne are the next best options. Blackmon is extremely talented so he won’t slide far (if at all) and Jacksonville may be in a prime spot to land him or Claiborne if Tannehill is selected Top 5.
Needs: WR, CB, OT, DE, C, DT, LB, P, RB, OG, S, TE.
8. Dolphins – Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB – South Carolina
I think they probably have their hopes set on Ryan Tannehill after striking out on QB’s during Free-Agency. The fact of the matter is QB is a huge need (sorry David Garrard), but there just isn’t one available for this spot. Blackmon sliding would be a good thing, or they could go for Michael Floyd – since they did trade Brandon Marshall. Miami is in the market for a RT too, but getting the hybrid pass rusher they missed out on in Free-Agency would make a lot of sense. Ingram, along with Quinton Coples will get real consideration, with Floyd being a close second here. Actually, Claiborne is continuing to fall, that scenario could be too tempting for the Dolphins as well.
Needs: QB, WRx2, RT, DE, RG, TE, LB, NT/DL, Rush OLB, CB.
9. Carolina – Cordy Glenn, OG/OT – Georgia
It seems like if Claiborne would slide this far, he’d make a lot of sense – but their offensive line may be too tempting of a problem to pass on. Glenn (and David DeCastro) really are reaches here since they’re interior lineman, but with the losses they suffered this offseason (although they did sign Mike Pollak and re-sign Hangartner) it may be the way they have to go. Glenn is a nice option because of his versatility as an OG or OT. Aside from the temptation of Claiborne under this scenario, they’ll also be a possible landing spot for Brockers, Coples, Dontari Poe, Floyd, Fletcher Cox or Jonathan Martin. They’ll have options, but Glenn may fill the biggest need.
Needs: WRx2, CB, OG, DT/DL, MLB, RT, OLB, TE, K, backup QB, S.
10. Buffalo – Morris Claiborne, CB – LSU *
I think this would be a dream scenario for Buffalo. Claiborne is a Top 5 talent, but teams like St.Louis and Tampa Bay (and Jacksonville with Aaron Ross) spent money on quality corners, which could cause him to fall a bit. Recent surgery talk won’t be a reason to expect him to fall. With the addition of Mario Williams and Mark Anderson there is no longer a need for defensive line help. If Claiborne is indeed gone (actually I think it’s extremely likely he will be) then Michael Floyd may be the next likely choice. Kendall Wright would be in the mix too, or they could go offensive line.
Needs: WR, CB, OT, TE, MLB, OG, DE, OLB, backup QB, DB.
11. Chiefs – Dontari Poe, NT/DT – Memphis *
The ‘Poe Hysteria’ has quieted some, and while there are other better defensive line options at this point – Dontari Poe is the best fit for their scheme. They need to upgrade the NT spot (Kelly Kregg is old and shouldn’t be back) even with the potential of Jerelle Powe at the position. They could opt for Michael Brockers or go with the best available in Coples or Kuechly. They added Eric Winston so offensive line is less likely here, plus they replaced Brandon Carr with Stanford Routt to help secure the corner position. The Poe talk is cooling down, so he may not go as high as was once thought – but he could.
Needs: NT, WR, C/OG, QB, S, MLB, CB, OLB, TE, Pass Rusher.
12. Seattle – Luke Kuechly, MLB – Boston College
They got their QB in Matt Flynn, which will open up a lot of options for the Seahawks here at No.12. They have some holes to fill on the defensive side of the ball, especially rebuilding the linebacking core. Kuechly is tackling machine and would be a nice addition, although they’ll consider Quinton Coples strongly if he is available, as well as Courtney Upshaw. This could be a landing spot for other lineman, like Mercilus or Perry.
Needs: DE/Pass Rusher, MLB, CB, LG/OT, WR, OLB, QB, RB, S.
13. Arizona – Michael Floyd, WR – Notre Dame
It seemed like the Cardinals would be looking offensive line here, but they were able to retain Levi Brown and add Adam Snyder – so that could be a spot they wait on. Nonetheless, Martin, Adams, and DeCastro will get consideration. Arizona hasn’t been able to replace a solid No.2 opposite Larry Fitzgerald since Anquan Bolden was traded, so Floyd could help be that target. Doucet was re-signed, but either Floyd or Kendall Wright would make sense here. Another name to keep an eye on is Courtney Upshaw.
Needs: WR, OG/C, CB, OLB, S, OT, MLB, DE, K/P, DT, QB
14. Dallas – Michael Brockers, DT/DE – LSU **
Dallas has been pretty active in Free-Agency, helping resolve some of their holes by adding Dan Conner as a MLB, two offensive guards, and landing CB Brandon Carr. With that said, Dallas still needs to upgrade the DE/DT spot in the 3-4 scheme and Brockers has a lot of potential as that 5-Technique end. I like Brockers a lot and think he could be a prospect teams are higher on than they’re leading people to believe. The Cowboys could also consider Mark Barron, Kirkpatrick, or DeCastro, but I think it’ll come down to DL.
Needs: S, DT/NT, WR, DE/OLB, TE, C/OG, CB, P, RB, MLB.
15. Eagles – Fletcher Cox, DT/DE – Mississippi State *
The Eagles added Cullen Jenkins last season, and have a pretty solid defensive unit – especially with the trade to acquire MLB DeMeco Ryans from the Texans. Nonetheless, Andy Reid has an act for drafting lineman and Fletcher Cox is a good one. Cox actually is just now gaining a little momentum, but he is easily a Top 20 selection who could go as high as No.9. The Eagles could also consider Coples, Upshaw, or DeCastro under this scenario, but I think Brockers, Poe, Still, and Cox are the likely options.
Needs: DT, OLB, OG/OT, WR, S, RB, MLB, TE, backup QB, CB, C.
16. Jets – Quinton Coples, DE/DT – North Carolina
Well the Jets got TEBOW! I’m not sure that really affects their draft plans, but it should make for good media attention throughout the season. The Jets are a team with a lot of holes in my opinion, and therefore could go a number of directions. I think addressing the offensive line is their top need, but Coples is the best player available (a Top 10 talent) so it’d probably be too hard to pass on him for Jonathan Martin or Mike Adams.
Needs: FS/SS, OG, RT, WRx2, DE, Rush OLB, MLB, RB, CB, TE.
17. Bengals (Oakland) – Kendall Wright, WR – Baylor
This is typically a popular landing spot for Dre Kirkpatrick (whom I actually could see being the pick), but I think Cincinnati has to get a No.2 WR. They lost Andre Caldwell, Jerome Simpson is in some legal issues, and Jordan Shipley is nothing more than a slot receiver. Wight could potentially land at as high as No.10 and while he doesn’t have elite speed, he’d be a nice compliment to AJ Green. It makes a lot of sense to me.
Needs: RB, OG, WR, CB, MLB, OLB, SS, DT, OT, DE.
18. Chargers – Mark Barron, SS – Alabama
Steve Gregory headed to New England, Bob Sanders was – well injured Bob Sanders, so adding Barron to Eric Weddle gives the Chargers a nice duo in a division that now has Peyton Manning in it. They did add Atari Bigby, but like the Sanders addition last year he’s been hurt. Barron is often referred to as ‘stiff’ but he is a productive player that’ll be selected right in this range of picks. San Diego has made some nice additions this offseason, but other possible selections include DeCastro, Martin, Kirkpatrick, or a pass rusher.
Needs: SS, OG, DE/OLB rusher, OT, TE, CB, MLB, WR, NT/DT.
19. Bears – Courtney Upshaw, OLB/DE – Alabama
Chicago has made a few splashes this offseason in acquiring WR Brandon Marshall and signing ex-Raiders RB Michael Bush to compliment Forte. It seems like they’re prepared to continue to add offense weapons so Wright (if available), the emerging Stephen Hill, or a TE could be options here. However, I think they need to make some upgrade defensively, and Upshaw makes a lot of sense. If Upshaw doesn’t fall this far then there should be someone like Brockers, Poe, or Perry that attracts them. Upshaw seems like a perfect fit opposite Julius Peppers in their system, but he may be more attractive in a 3-4.
Needs: DT, LT, TE, OLB, WR, CB, OG, MLB, C, DE, S.
20. Titans – Dre Kirkpatrick, CB/FS – Alabama
I’m a fan of Kirkpatrick, I’m often tempted to be him much higher because I believe he is too talent to fall this far – but off the field concerns will probably push him out of the Top 15. Tennessee lost Cortland Finnegan so landing a CB here should be the obvious choice, if it isn’t Kirkpatrick then Jenkins, Josh Robinson, or Stephon Gilmore are options. Adding Kamerion Wimbley lowered their need for a pass rusher, but losing Jason Jones increased their need for a DT. Also, adding Steve Hutchinson probably ruled out selecting an offensive guard this early, but I’d think Peter Konz could get a look.
Needs: CB, C, WR, DT, DE/Pass Rusher, OLB, OG, TE, MLB, OT.
21. Bengals – David DeCastro, OG – Stanford *
They missed on Kirkpatrick by not selecting him at No.17, but they could go after another CB here – however they did add Jason Allen and re-signed Pacman Jones so corner could wait. DeCastro is incredibly talent and is likely an All-Pro for numerous years so landing him at this point is a huge addition to what Cincinnati is building. If they don’t go CB and DeCastro is gone they may add a RB even though they signed BJGE this week. I could still see them being tempted to package their picks if they could land Trent Richardson. Likely targets with No.17 and No.21 include WR, OG and, CB.
Needs: RB, OG, WR, CB, MLB, OLB, SS, DT, OT, DE.
22. Browns (Falcons) – Jonathan Martin, OT – Stanford *
Like DeCastro, Martin is a steal at this point. Cleveland will be in the market for a RT (and could consider address that with Reiff at No.4) so Martin or Mike Adams will be likely choices if available. Like Cincy, their second 1st round pick will be based on what they do with their first. Maybe they target Tannehill here, or wait on another QB (Osweiler, Weeden, Foles) here. Another likely scenario if they pass on Blackmon at No.4 would be either Wright or Stephen Hill here. The Browns certainly have a good many options, and needs – but Martin would be a nice pickup here.
Needs: QB, WR, RT, RB, FS, CB, DE, OLB, OG, K, DT, TE.
23. Lions – Janoris Jenkins, CB – North Alabama
Detroit has a need for a CB (even with the Jacob Lacey signing), plus they usually take the best available player (i.e. Nick Fairly when you have Suh) so Jenkins makes a lot of sense. Jenkins does have a little character concern (nothing major), so I wouldn’t be surprised if Jenkins was taken sooner or fell into Round 2 either. Josh Robinson could be an intriguing guy after his Combine workout. Detroit has a nasty mentality on defense and I think they’d like the addition of Jenkins, who was once a premiere CB while at Florida. Peter Konz, Lavonte David, or Mike Adams are the next likely options.
Needs: C/OG, CB, OLB, OT, MLB, S, DE, RB, WR, FB.
24. Steelers – Dont’a Hightower, MLB – Alabama
Hightower seems like a perfect fit as a Steelers linebacker. Pittsburgh is going through a lot of changes though, so for a team use to a lot of success, they have a lot of areas to address. Mike Wallace is still an issue (remember, Antonio Brown is RFA next season and it’ll be hard to keep him and Wallace). RB is beginning to look like a more glaring concern with Mendenhall (ACL) likely to miss the entire 2012 season, but getting younger on defensive is a must. Hightower seems like the likely choice for Pittsburgh as a MLB, but other options here include Mychal Kendricks, Stephon Gilmore, Mike Adams, Lamar Miller, or Jerel Worthy with so many needs.
Needs: MLB, CB, OT, RB, TE, WR, OG, DE, OLB, S, backup QB.
25. Denver – Devon Still, DT/DE – Penn State
Denver won the Peyton Manning sweepstakes and was able to rid themselves of the Tim Tebow craze. Even though they were a playoffs team, they need to improve around Peyton. I think upgrading their run game (Miller or Martin here?) and adding offensive playmakers is important, but that they need to upgrade an up-and-coming defensive unit. They lost Brodrick Bunkley so I think this spot will be a good place to address that position with Still, Worthy, Reyes, or Thompson. They added CB Tracy Porter (and Manning nemesis) for 1 year so that’ll still be an area of need in later rounds.
Needs: DT, RB, DE/OLB, WRx2, QB, CB, MLB, OG.
26. Texans – Whitney Mercilus, DE/OLB – Illinois *
Well, they lost prized Free-Agent DE/OLB Mario Williams to Buffalo, so replacing him moved to the top of their priority list. Mercilus is a sack specialist (he lead the NCAA in sacks and forced fumbles in 2011) so he would be a nice edge rusher in their 3-4 scheme. The Texans will likely chose from him, Nick Perry, Vinny Curry, or Andre Branch if that is the direction they go with the pick. They do have a need for a WR and TE so Stephen Hill, Dwayne Allen, or Coby Fleener would make sense too.
Needs: DE/OLB, WR, CB, MLB, NT/DT, OG, TE, S, C, K, Pass Rusher.
27. Patriots (Saints) – Jerel Worthy, DT/DE – Michigan State *
New England has been very active in Free-Agency (seemingly filling a lot of there supposed drafted needs) with the signings of WR Brandon Lloyd, OG Robert Gallery, DE Jonathan Fanene, DE Trevor Scott, and S Steve Gregory. However, it still remains difficult to predict what the tight-lipped Bellichek will do, but I believe they still need to upgrade the defensive front. Wilfork is a monster, but Worthy would be a nice addition. They’d probably prefer Mark Barron be available, but other targets could include Still, Nick Perry, Zach Brown, Lavonte David, and Stephen Hill.
Needs: DT/NT, CB, OLB, S, WR, DE, OG/C, RB, MLB, KR, OT.
28. Packers – Nick Perry, DE/OLB – USC *
The Packers tend to try and build thru the draft so they have done little in Free-Agency (they did sign C Jeff Saturday however). I like Perry a lot, and he is a great athlete who could become a premiere pass rusher in the league. Perry is likely to be gone well before this pick, so if he would fall to Green Bay it’d be an easy choice. The Pack will also consider a CB (adding youth for aging Charles Woodson) so options here include: Stephon Gilmore, Vinny Curry, Andre Branch, or Dwight Bentley. Green Bay has to solidified their defensive unit to take some pressure off their offense.
Needs: CB, DE/OLB, S, DT, OT, backup QB, RB, OG/C, MLB, WR.
29. Ravens – Peter Konz, C/OG – Wisconsin *
Baltimore was able to retain C Matt Birk (who was considering retirement), but Konz could be his future replacement and add depth as a possible offensive guard. Konz is somewhat undervalued because of his position, but he could end up going as high as No.20. The Ravens are in a position to add a few nice youthful pieces to their core. It may seem like they have more glaring needs than a center, so other targets could include: Mychal Kendricks, Lamar Miller, Andre Branch, Harrison Smith, or Lavonte David.
Needs: MLB, C, RB, OLB/DE, OT, S, OG, WR, QB, DL.
30. 49ers – Vinny Curry, DE – Marshall
I’ve had Curry as a 1st rounder just about every Mock, but there is a chance he may fall into the 2nd because of the strong DE/OLB class – but, I just don’t see it. I like Curry as a DE (the role Justin Smith played) in the 3-4 setup (or 4-3), but he definitely has the ability to play the OLB spot in that scheme. San Francisco has been able to retain their own big name Free-Agents (Golden, Rogers, A.Smith, Brooks) and add players like Randy Moss, Mario Manningham, and Perish Cox to fill some needs. Coby Fleener is a real possibility in this ‘new-age’ TE league (he played for Harbaugh too). If Curry is gone, San Fran could target players such as Andre Branch, Jared Crick, or Kelechi Osemele.
Needs: DE/DT, OG/C, NT, backup TE, WR, CB, OT, OLB, S, QB.
31. Patriots – Stephon Gilmore, CB/FS – South Carolina
I think Gilmore could be viewed as more of a safety by teams, which is why I have him being selected here by the Pats. New England has a need for a safety, they could consider Harrision Smith as well, so I think Gilmore will have a lot of appeal to them. New England has added players in Free-Agency to help improve their secondary (Gregory, Will Allen, Marquise Cole), but they’ll still need to upgrade that area. If they chose to go a different direction then names like Zach Brown and Stephen Hill may be attractive.
Needs: DT/NT, S, OLB, CB, WR, DE, OG/C, RB, MLB, KR, OT.
32. Giants – Mike Adams, OT – Ohio State
Coby Fleener (I think he’ll end up being a 1st rounder) and Lavonte David are two other prospects who would make sense for the Giants. However, the Giants have a need for a RT and Mike Adams offers a lot of value at this point. New York would be happy to land someone of Adams’ potential at No.32, and the move would help secure protecting Eli Manning. They do also have other needs, so the list of other potential targets includes Lamar Miller, Mohammad Sanu, Dwight Bentley, and Zach Brown.
Needs: OT, OLB, RB, TE, CB, WR, DT, OG, MLB, DE, S.
No 1st Round Pick –
Oakland – Needs: RT, NT/DT, OG/C, RB, OLB, backup QB, DE, TE, DB, WR.
Falcons – Needs: DE, CB, TE, OG/C, OLB, FS, OT, WR, DT, backup QB, RB.
Saints – Needs: CB, S, OT, OLB, DT, WR, backup QB, MLB, OG, DE, FB.
33. Rams – Lavonte David, OLB/MLB – Nebraska
34. Colts – Coby Fleener, TE – Stanford
35. Vikings – Stephen Hill, WR – Georgia Tech *
36. Tampa Bay – Zack Brown, OLB – North Carolina
37. Browns – Doug Martin, RB – Boise State
38. Jaguars – Andre Branch, DE/OLB – Clemson
39. Rams (Redskins) – Lamar Miller, RB – Miami (FL) **
40. Carolina – Alshon Jeffery, WR – South Carolina *
41. Bills – Dwayne Allen, TE – Clemson *
42. Dolphins – Brandon Weeden, QB – Oklahoma State
43. Seattle – Josh Robinson, CB – Central Florida *
44. Chiefs – Kevin Zeitler, OG – Wisconsin
45. Dallas – Orson Charles, TE – Georgia *
46. Eagles (Arizona) – Sean Spence, OLB/SS – Miami (FL)
47. Jets – Zebrie Sanders, OT – Florida State
48. Patriots (Oakland) – Ronnell Lewis, OLB/DE – Oklahoma *
49. Chargers – Kelechi Osemele, OG – Iowa State
50. Bears – Mohammad Sanu, WR – Rutgers *
51. Eagles – Kirk Cousins, QB – Michigan State
52. Titans – Jared Crick, DE/DT – Nebraska
53. Bengals – Dwight Bentley, CB – Louisiana-Lafayette
54. Lions – Bobby Massie, OT – Mississippi State *
55. Falcons – Shea McClellin, DE/OLB – Boise State
56. Steelers – Brandon Thompson, DT/NT – Clemson
57. Denver – Brock Osweiler, QB – Arizona State *
58. Texans – Mychal Kendricks, MLB – California
***** Saints (No Pick – Violation of NFL Rules)
59. Packers – Alfonzo Dennard, CB – Nebraska
60. Ravens – Harrison Smith, SS – Notre Dame
61. 49ers – Amini Silatolu, OG – Midwestern State
62. Patriots – Rueben Randle, WR – LSU *
63. Giants – David Wilson, RB – Virginia Tech *
64. Colts – Kendall Reyes, DT/DE – U Conn
65. Rams – George IIoka, FS/SS – Boise State
66. Vikings – Jayron Hosley, CB – Virginia Tech *
67. Browns – Chris Givens, WR – Wake Forest *
68. Tampa Bay – Bobby Wagner, MLB/OLB – Utah State
69. Redskins – Brandon Washington, OG – Miami (FL) *
70. Jaguars – Chase Minnifield, CB – Virginia
71. Dolphins – Andrew Datko, OT – Florida State
72. Dolphins (Bears via Carolina) – Nick Toon, WR – Wisconsin
73. Bills – Marvin Jones, WR – California
74. Chiefs – Cam Johnson, DE/OLB – Virginia
75. Seattle – Nick Foles, QB – Arizona
76. Eagles – LeMichael James, RB – Oregon *
77. Jets – Bernard Pierce, RB – Temple *
***** Oakland (Forfeit – 2011 Supplemental Draft_
78. Chargers – Chandler Jones, DE/OLB – Syracuse *
79. Bears – Alameda Ta’amu, NT/NT – Washington
80. Arizona – Ben Jones, C – Georgia
81. Dallas – Trumaine Johnson, CB/FS – Montana
82. Titans – James Brown, OG/OT – Troy
83. Bengals – Chris Polk, RB – Washington *
84. Falcons – Vontaze Burfict, MLB – Arizona State *
85. Lions – Isaiah Pead, RB – Cincinnati
86. Steelers – Mitchell Schwartz, OT – California
87. Denver – Brandon Boykin, CB – Georgia
88. Texans – Brian Quick, WR – Appalachian State
89. Saints – Markelle Martin, FS – Oklahoma State
90. Packers – Mike Martin, NT/DT – Michigan
91. Ravens – Robert Turbin, RB – Utah State *
92. 49ers – Ladarius Green, TE/WR – Louisiana-Lafayette
93. Patriots – Bruce Irvin, DE/OLB – West Virginia
94. Giants – Audie Cole, MLB/OLB – NC State
95. Rams – Billy Winn, DE/DT – Boise State
96. Colts – Jarius Wright, WR – Arkansas
97. Vikings – Josh Chapman, NT/DT – Alabama
98. Texans (Eagles via Tampa Bay) – Brandon Brooks, OG – Miami (OH)
99. Browns – Leonard Johnson, CB – Iowa State
100. Jaguars – Phillip Blake, C – Baylor
101. Redskins – Casey Howard, CB – Vanderbilt
102. Dolphins – Michael Egnew, TE – Missouri
103. Carolina – Josh Norman, CB – Costal Carolina
104. Bills – Brandon Mosley, OT – Auburn
105. Seattle – Jeff Allen, OT/OG – Illinois
106. Chiefs – Antonio Allen, SS – South Carolina
107. Denver (Jets) – Tommy Streeter, WR – Maimi (FL) *
108. Redskins (Oakland) – James Michael-Johnson, MLB – Nevada
109. Chargers – Jamell Fleming, CB – Oklahoma
110. Bears – Matt McCants, OT – Alabama-Birmingham
111. Arizona – Coryell Judie, CB – Texas A&M
112. Dallas – Joe Adams, WR/KR – Arkansas
113. Eagles – Juron Criner, WR – Arizona
114. Titans – Kheeston Randall, DT – Texas
115. Bengals – Terrell Manning, MLB/OLB – NC State *
116. Lions – Michael Brewster, C – Ohio State
117. Browns (Falcons) – Travis Lewis, OLB – Oklahoma
118. Steelers – Cyrus Gray, RB – Texas A&M
119. Denver – Malik Johnson, DE/OLB – Tennessee
120. Texans – Y.T. Hilton, WR/KR – Florida International
121. Saints – Tony Bergstrom, OT/OG – Utah
122. Packers – B.J. Coleman, QB – Tennessee-Chattanooga
123. Bills (Ravens) – Keenan Robinson, OLB – Texas
124. 49ers – Marcus Forston, DT – Miami (FL) *
125. Patriots – Senio Kelemete, OG – Washington
126. Giants – Ryan Steed, CB – Furman